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Having problems as my saw doesn't have holes required to mount it to the jig. I have a Contractor Skilsaw  HD 5687. There is only one hole and it is to far away to use it. Any ideas?

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Teresa

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Added a picture. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions

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Teresa, no problem here. The machine-screws on the Rip-Cut aren't actually designed to thread into the holes on your saw. Rather, they simply apply downward pressure to your saw's base plate. 

See step 4 in your instructions:

http://www.kregtool.com/prodImages/kregripcutinstructions.pdf

exactly what Kregrep said....the screws are cone-tipped to bite into the saw base holding the guide in place

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You just let those pointed screws clamp onto the plate.

Great. I misread and thought there should be holes in the saw . Thank you all so much for the help. I am excited to use the rip cut and my new saw!

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